IFLR Europe Awards 2022: open for entries
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IFLR Europe Awards 2022: open for entries

Europe Awards 22 - open for entries

The Europe awards research has now begun, with winners to be announced on May 5 2022

We are delighted to announce the launch of research for the 2022 IFLR Europe Awards. To nominate deals, teams, firms and individuals for the awards, please use the forms below. All the award categories, along with criteria, methodology and what we look for, are detailed in this year's Awards Summary.


-Nomination deadline: January 10 2022

-Shortlist publication: March 2022

-Event: May 5 2022

Nomination forms:

Deal of the year

Team of the year

Financial services regulatory team

In-house legal team

National law firm

Rising star lawyer of the year

Women Dealmakers Hall of Fame

All entries must be uploaded to the ENTRY PORTAL by 10 January 2022

For any questions about the research please contact Jamie Rayat: Jamie.rayat@euromoneyplc.com

For queries about business development and commercial opportunities related to the awards, please contact Sanawa Mtalo.

Last year's IFLR Europe winners' presentation, write ups and shortlists are free to view at Winners 2021.


The IFLR awards are all about legal innovation that improves the investment environment.

All deals must have closed in 2021 to be included in the research and all deals must meet the awards' cross-border criteria. We recommend that law firms and in-house legal teams nominate no more than three in any one Deal of the year category using the forms provided above.

IFLR Awards are based solely on legal innovation, focusing on deals that break new legal ground, set precedents, and develop the legal environment for cross-border corporate finance. When searching for innovation, IFLR looks for new legal structures, deals that overcome new regulatory hurdles and regional firsts that adapt existing technology to local markets. The difficulty and intricacy of that innovation is assessed, as well as its likely market impact.

The deals form the basis of the team and firm awards.

ESG is important to IFLR and the awards strive to recognise legal innovation that supports high ESG standards across all categories.  

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